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I hope you have had

the opportunity to attend some

of the great musical concerts

over the past few weeks! Our

students definitely have the hol-

iday spirit.

I wanted to take a min-

ute and update you on the R.I.T.

E. Project. At this point the proj-

ect is about 75-80% completed.

Be sure to take a peek

at the new Wolcott Street Gym-

nasium. This addition is out of

the ground and enclosed just in

time for the winter weather and

matches the scheme of the older

building perfectly. The gym will

be completed and ready for use

in the spring.

The new library/media

center at the WSS is also near-

ing completion and is sched-

uled to open in February. We

are thrilled with this new space

and look forward to having the

students frequent the library

throughout the school day.

The Memorial Audito-

rium is open for business. The

sound and lightening enhance-

ments will truly improve the

many events that are held in this


The new kitchen area

and elementary office are also

functioning well, although, a

few final tweaks are still needed

in both spaces.

Classrooms in the Wol-

cott Street building are on track

to be completed. Final touches

are happening on the third floor

at this time.

The Trigon building

classrooms have proved to be

a bit challenging in regards to

floor installation. This has set

our timeline back about six to

eight weeks, but we are confi-

dent that the end product will be

worth the wait.

Both Hartwood Park

and the Jr./Sr. High School im-

provements are 99% completed.

A few items, such as fixed fur-

niture for the commons area in

the Jr./Sr. High School and door

hardware are slated for install

over the Christmas break.

Throughout the dis-

trict, “punch list” items (such

as paint touch up, trim and tile

replacement) will continue

throughout the spring. It is truly

an amazing transformation.

Stay warm as winter arrives!


Kim Cox, Superintendent of


Message from the


The Pre-K class at Love Bugs Preschool had a great time playing

in the snow this week. The children had so much fun coloring the

snow blue, making snow angels and running around!

Fun in the Snow

Town Supervisor Column

Tis’ the Season so I will use

bullet points to highlight town

happenings for this column:

- County 911 tower is


dept. on Asbury Rd.- Main

purpose for the town joining

this intermunicipal project is to

provide better communication

for first responders in LeRoy,

particularly for when they exit

their vehicles and need to use

their portable devices

- Final public hearing for pro-

posed revised Comprehensive

Plan will be held on December

29, 7 PM

- Our annual re-organizational

meeting for 2017 will begin at

6:30 PM on January 12, 2017

- Remember, new transfer

station protocols go into

effect on January 1- New punch

cards will cost $30 (can still use

previous unused punches on

older cards) and the station will

open at 8 AM on Saturdays (still

close at the usual 3 PM)- Board

is still debating other procedures

to reduce the deficit at the

station that may be enacted in

the near future

Have a very blessed Christmas

and see you Around Town in


Stephen R. Barbeau





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